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when a stage at the festival collapsed. what the difference a day makes. john collins joins us now. you could not be more different. >> we dodged a bullet. today, everyone in the mid- atlantic region is enjoying nearly perfect conditions. a few clouds in the sky this afternoon. it makes this guy look more interesting. right now, but the mix of clouds and sun that we will call part of plea cloudy. -- partly cloudly. dew point is low. humidity is down and a north, northwest breeze. the green shades show the cooler air filtering in through the mid-atlantic region and northeast of the great lakes giving us tremendous weather today. it will stick around for awhile. how long? we will talk about the insta- weather + forecast coming up. >> right now, a ceremony is under way to honor yeardly love. there dedicating a turf field to her. her mother is expected to speak shortly. she was beaten to death by her former boyfriend, george hugely. we will have much more after the game. the body of a 24-year-old man found floating in the susquehanna river, the family was actually at the police station repo
monday. >> >> now your insta-weather forecast with meteorologist john collins. >> we have been dealing with some rain shower activity. one batch of rain is beginning to move out. it is heavy on the eastern shore, especially around ocean city. we have only had four hundred stuff an inch of rain. we are -- 4/100 of an inch of rain. the grass pollens are in the moderate range. temperature wise, the rain has had an effect of that, too. they are down to 61. 78 in edgewood. 79 in westminster. in western maryland, temperatures are in the mid- 70's. here is satellite imagery showing this area of rain over our area. we are over the northwest aids in baltimore. the clouds are beginning to break up. -- we are over the northwest edge in baltimore. we could have some more storms this afternoon. a low pressure area offshore. that is helping to stir things up right now. there is another cold front out to the west. it will be coming in. between that in the heat of the afternoon, it will trigger some more thunderstorm activity. in the gulf of mexico, it is a little piece of what is left of isaac. one p
weekend of summer. john collins is tracking the possibility of heavy rain with parts of the state under warnings for flash floods. sheldon dutes is live at the finale of the grand prix. >> the flood threat is for areas south of baltimore. that is where the rain has been falling today. we have been lucky in the metropolitan area. the rain has been minimal. we got hit yesterday with rain shower activity. the rain is on the lower eastern shore. it is raining in st. mary's county. that is where flooding has been an issue. in at our area, a couple of sprinkles. i will put the radar in motion. i will add the satellite imagery. the sun is breaking out around charlottesville. the rain has moved to the east. sun has not been a thing around baltimore. rain continues overhead. i will have the forecast coming up. >> within the last 60 minutes, the main race for the 2012 grand prix wrapped up with the defending champion taking the top prize. it looks like things are winding down. >> they sure are. we are set up along the convoy portion of the track. a lot of excitement has drifted to the winner's ci
. reobviously lost barry simms but first let's go to john collins because we said the rain was moving in. what's going on now? >> it's gone across the area here at tv hill. it's not an impressive number, .50 inch of rain but came down quickly. we'll look at our h.d. doppler radar and covers cecil county and hartford and baltimore county, a part of carroll county and baltimore county and carroll county getting significant rain just northeast from towson towards the bay, southeastern, there's an area of intense rain and more scattered stuff to the west, parts of montgomery county and frederick county as well and is moving to the east so we could see a few showers this evening but a bigger rain is on the way for sometime early next week and we'll detail that with the weather forecast in a few minutes. >> and now to the race for the white house. we're a few days away from the first debate between barack obama and mitt romney. both candidates are looking for a tense face-to-face showdown and we get the latest -- latest from brian mooar. >> after going to church, mitt romney hunkered down for the fi
. i'm kurt kronke. now back to john collins. >> thank you. clear skies this morning. a nice start to the day. it will unwind here beginning most likely tonight and tomorrow. a lot of rain to the south, especially in tennessee. rain up to the north as well. today will be a transition day when we begin to see some clouds and then the rain chance. clear skies and light winds, 54 degrees right now at the airport. 55 in white marsh. sykesville, 53. out to the west, if you readings have dropped into the 40's. 57 degrees at rock hall. you can see a hint of columnist to the south of us in southern maryland and into virginia. that is the north edge of the storm. our air is pretty dry. here's the front to the west of us. it will eventually started to move in. here is a developing storm to the south. forecasters are watching that to see if there's some tropical development down the road. it is pretty close to the coast of texas. kind of a roadblock in the atmosphere. increasing clouds today. a short late to would not be out of the question. this evening is the higher chance for any rain. 75
. >> and i'm jennifer franciotti. first we are going to check outside with meteorologist john collins. when i stepped outside, it was getting windy, a little cloudy. >> it was nice out. >> but beautiful, warm. >> it's comfortable. there are clouds and a cold front is going through stirring up the breeze a little bit but there's no rain with it. >> that's nice. >> beginning to be a little dry here and there but no rain with the front and our temperatures the past couple of days are in the low to mid 80's for highs so this front will knock things back about 10 degrees. the front is generating a little shower activity up by new york city. the front is over the chesapeake bay right now. east of the bay, there's a southerly breeze, swinging around the next couple of hours and the northwest breeze will keep us cooler and keep us dry and eventually help us introduce a much bigger storm system which will be here early next week and that's what i'll talk about with the insta-weather plus forecast coming up in a few minutes. >> our big story this morning, a loss, no ground lost for the baltimore oriole
. >> this is the 16th year for the festival. >> now, your 11 insta-weather plus forecast with meteorologist john collins. >> the weather was not a problem today. absolutely gorgeous. the departing weather system produced rain north of us overnight. high pressure is giving us good conditions. it is holding off a disturbance that will get bigger to the southwest. by monday, we will be dealing with it. for the rest of the weekend, we will be dealing with the high. yesterday, we were in the low to mid 80's. today the high was 75 at the airport. the record was 98. the record is getting close to 100 from time to time. that was in 1998. the record low was 35. we're also getting record lows close to freezing this time of year. this is the time of year when we scramble this stuff. edgewood 72. 73 in frederick. 50's and '60's in far western maryland. the green indicates cooler air coming in. we are still in the 70's in the yellow. the green is filtering down. that is the cooler air moving into the area. the front moved out to sea. high-pressure over us. there is some rain activity. this is the disturbance
will get to our top stories in a second but we will look oue with john collins. i saw stars and a full moon. >> and scattered clouds, as well, and surprisingly, moisture from isaac is getting closer to us. yesterday it was way to the west in missouri and arkansas and moving into iowa and it was hot yesterday. today, it will be warm, a little more humid and that moisture from that storm will get closer to us. it's showing up on radar now nearby. let's look at our h.d. doppler radar. you can see that out in garrett county we are seeing shower activity and in west virginia, thunderstorm activity going on at this stage of the game. this is all sliding to the east, the initial moisture, not a major part of the forecast today but it is part of the holiday weekend forecast. i'll detail that coming up in a few minutes. >> things are revving up down the for the start of the second annual baltimore grand prix. >> some of the most skilled drivers of the world are weaving their high octane cars through the streets. george lettis has more. >> the speed is neck twisting. >> 80 miles per hour. >> the soun
information to educate customers. >> now your 11 insta-weather- plus forecast with john collins. >> there is the system out to the west. it does not look all that vigorous in iowa and wisconsin. pretty weak rain. a big storm town in west texas approaching the dallas area. you do see the direction it is moving. we will have to deal with this eventually. have,look at what we pollen-wise. weed pollen in the moderate range. mold spore in the moderate range. look at the current conditions as far as the high temperatures are concerned. yesterday, 79 is the high at the airport. we will probably do a little better than that during the day. we are already in the mid-70's. 74 degrees in annapolis. ocean city, 75, and parkton, 74. in oakland, 70 degrees. satellite image shows this disturbance out west. an unsettled situation in the ohio river valley right now. it is testing in our direction, but we have this area of high pressure. did reaches from the maritime provinces in canada and in our region. there is another area of high pressure behind that, with a very pleasant, dry air. that is t
insta-weather plus forecast with meteorologist john collins. >> no rain around here today. the atmosphere has dried adequately now. nothing in the atmosphere to stir things up today. as things heat up and there is enough moisture in the air, something isolated could crop up. nothing on the radar now. to the west, some storm activity up in the great lakes. that will continue coming this way. it is not a today thing, it is a tomorrow thing. let's look at the current temperatures to give you an idea of what is going on. as far as conditions are concerned, 83 degrees in annapolis right now. 84 at easton. 79 degrees at ocean city. part 10, 82. 84 degrees at edgewood. the temperature 75 degrees in western maryland. let's take a look at the current satellite picture. clear skies, nothing to generate rain right now. we can take a look at the cloud activity in the mountains of southwest pennsylvania, but all the stormy activity is way up in the great lakes. a couple of fronts. one kind of a stalled-out, dying from. this is active. this is a cold front that will generate some stormy
11 insta-weather- plus forecast with john collins. >> the strongest storms are saw the bus but right around the city, and i circled baltimore, some isolated showers near baltimore county. no lightning coming out of that yet, but they are a little bigger than they were. we will see how much development will happen. here is the district of columbia and southeast of there, some pretty big storms. they are down toward the lower eastern shore. that is where all lightning is. no severe weather. let's go to the wider view of the radar. is to give you an idea of how that step has been moving just this evening. we had some strong storms move to the area. they pack a punch. now we have that big cluster down to the south of us. look at that ring to the --that rain. this is involving that tropical moisture left over from isaac. so the rain we have today, not that much so far. but cumulatively speaking over the next couple of days, we will be collecting some. at the airport, just over 1/4 inche of rain. for the year, we are behind 8 ball by 5 inches. technically, we are ahead for this month so fa
forecast with meteorologist john collins. >> it is turning out to be one of those days. we do have some high, thin cloud, but it has some sunshine other. the radar -- we are seeing some system edging eased four. not much moisture with it though. you can see the moisture get back in two parts of ohio and indiana. spotty, scattered showers moving into ohio. they will be even spot a year and more scattered as they get into the mountains. actually as this passes through the east coast, it will be up north of us, pennsylvania, new york state. we are not warming up all that quickly, but 77 degrees already in annapolis. 74 we mentioned earlier in ocean city. 73 westminster. frederick 77. behind the front, you do see a change in temperatures. readings are in the 70's, near 80, all this yellow area use a. it abruptly turns agreement to head out west, where you see these readings in the 50's and 60's. we have been in the 70's and the 80's for the last few days. was the flood goes through, we will actually cool down a little bit. -- once the front goes through, we will actually cool down a little
way for the new black shift attraction that will open next summer. >> now, your forecast with john collins. >> you can feel the water in the atmosphere. some of it coming down as rain and the rest just hanging there. some isolated areas of rain showers and sprinkles down near the southern portion of harford county. also an area -- very light, drifting towards western harford county, and a few sprinkles up on the maryland line with carrolltowne at this time. we will show you what is going on a more significance. earlier today, all the big rains were on the del mar and up in new jersey. a good area of rain down in virginia and west virginia. it is moving northeast. later on tonight, some of the ed dickson of it may be getting closer to us. this stuff will be coming in so the rain chances will be going up and then down again tonight. here on tv hill we got 0.4 inch of rain this afternoon. there might have been more of that north of us where the rainfall totals for 1-2 inches brown cockeysville. at the airport, the official rainfall today was only a trace. so far this month, officially
. >> now your 11 insta-weather plus forecast with meteorologist john collins. >> a wider view of the radar. you see the band of clouds, trying to thin a little bit from baltimore sells word. that is driving temperatures up a bit. we have another cluster of showers in ohio coming into west virginia. this is where our next thrust of rain will come from this afternoon and this evening. in this is a front. we did get some rain right before daybreak this morning, and overnight last night. we will show you. it was mostly from the city north worward. some of these green targets, almost an inch of rain. parts of baltimore county, harford county, cecil county. here we only got a trace of rain in the area. we take a look at the pollen count. we have not had much rain to wash it out of the air, but the plants are not very active either. no tree pollen, grass pollen. temperature was coming can see where the sun is having its best effect. we begin to see these orange shades where temperatures are moving up to around 80 or more than that. the green shades, tempered as mostly in the 60's. for the front i
to check outside with meteorologist john collins. what's it doing out there right now? >> it spritzed at us this morning so the streets downtown for the grand prix a little wet. not a lot. and we may see a little bit more of that today. in fact over this weekend. >> not the best labor day weekend forecast. >> not a washout but we are dealing with a couple of different weather features, a front, initially this bit of moisture we've had here this morning not really related to isaac. this is a front trying to come in from the north and it will be with us all weekend long in some manner shape or form and eventually some of the moisture from isaac will work into the game, too. here the radar echoes across the town, i've circled baltimore and the beltway as a reference point. it's from the northwest passing to the east. there were more significant showers west of us this morning but a lot of this stuff has dried up moving towards the bay. a wider picture of what's going on, we will talk about the weekend coming up in a minute. >> things revving up downtown the start of the second annual baltimore
john collins. >> nice morning this morning. the sun is out now. before it came up this morning, just before 6:00, there was an earthquake out there, a trembler, not very strong, about 10 miles southwest of westminster in eastern frederick county. it measured 2.1 on the richter scale, happened at 5:51 a.m. the actual, where the earth moved, i guess you could say, was three miles deep. so it didn't amount to very much but it caught attention. it was enough to rattle a few dishes here and there, i guess. 2.1 is not very strong. just an interesting fact this morning to get your day started. not earth shaking weather at ocean city. a nice view of the city. scattered clouds. the cool front has passed across ocean city, moved out to sea so temperatures are settling in. 65 at b.w.i. and at ocean city, as well. 50% humidity, 30.22, barometer rising. the upshot is it's going to keep the temperatures cool. we were in the 80's for a couple of days this past week for highs. pull a few degrees away if that because of the effect of the front and north winds. annapolis down to 68. easton, 65. we men
'm in for jennifer franciotti. our top stories in just a moment. first a look outside with mr. john collins. good morning. >> we're almost into autumn here but the summertime weather continues. humid, cloudy. not sure if you noticed it coming in, little mist on the windshield. a thin overcast. and there are some thunderstorms west of us. there's a cold front on the way and it will bring us dramatic change in our weather by the end of the weekend. ahead on the front, summer-like. after the front, it will feel -- welsh not quite autumn-like, but very, very nice. you can see a squall line approaching pittsburgh now. still not close to western maryland. this is the weather associated with the front that's coming in. the front itself is back in ohio. even back in indiana. once it comes through, we'll see a dramatic turn around in the humidity levels and the temperatures. but we could be in for a rough time this afternoon and this evening, as the potential is there for some strong thunderstorm activity. i'll talk about that coming up with the insta weather plus forecast. >>> time to clean off portable
outside with john collins. how are you, john in >> good morning. just fine. >> let me ask you this, john. i'm sure you are fine. i just got an e-mail from robert lang upstairs. his wife made orange crumb cake. so i know you spotted that. you didn't bring us any? >> i didn't bring any down, no. >> but you knew about it, didn't you? >> yes, i did. >> he knew about it. >> all right. >> i haven't sampled it yet. >> that's okay. but you knew about it. >> rob invited me to come back up. >> i know. thank you, julie, and rob. >> she makes some wonderful stuff, too. we get spoiled. listen. radar got a little activity on it. northeast corner of the state. cecil county. couple spotty sprinkles or a little shower. bit of thunder in new jersey, ocean city had a little thunderstorm earlier today. we do have a lot of clouds. little gray out there right now. west of us, coming into garrett county and in western pennsylvania. some decaying thunderstorms. they were a lot stronger just an hour ago. it's all running out ahead of a very strong cold front that will bring us some strong storms later today. i'l
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up to a million dollars in repairs, leaving veterans like former marine john collins with no place to go. >> i can't understand why they're chasing the only three disabled vets. what did we do? there hasn't been anybody called on us, you know. >> reporter: lynn woolsy petitioned the department of interior to allow the men to stay but was told it wasn't possible. wynkoop's attorney is also trying to persuade the government to make an exception to the vets. >> they went through the ravages of war, ptsd, all kinds of disabilities. you know, they're on fixed income, and i just don't think the federal government should be evicting veterans. >> reporter: wynkoop believes the evictions happens because he complained about the crumbling docks. now as he battles the demons of war past, he fights to remain in the one place that gives him peace. >>> some people in a neighborhood in south san jose are calling for new safety measures after a driver hit and killed an 8-year-old boy. the accident happened on farm drive near highway 87 just before 8:00 friday night. since then, this memorial has be
to your sunday "sunday gardener," i'm john collins with carrie engel. we are going to talk about containers. now we are heading more inside. we have to start thinking about it. we had a nice question from janet. she's worked with cocoa mats before but has had a hard time custom making one for her container. a lot of these come freformed. >> like this one down here made for a specific sized hanging basket. >> this is more for a hay rack planter. a lot of different sizes in that but sometimes you may have a bigger one or odd shaped one. >> a sheet of the cocoa mat. carefully look that the one in here. they've cut this in pie sections to fit down inside and mine, i let them overlap but this one's fancy cut and stitched together and you trim around the outside. it's not that difficult. you may botch up the first one but after that, you'll learn. >> like fishing line. >> you don't even have to be that fancy. >> exactly. staple it. >> once you have the soil in, it works fine. this is the time of year your plant have outgrown a pot or you're thinking of bringing something inside that's
to your sunday gardener, i'm john collins along with carrie engel from valley view farms. last year, we were in the cactus house and they have big plants but we'd like to bring some of that into our house. they're very easy to deal with. >> they really are. cactus are easy for kids, too. they can get into this. and honestly, look around your house, you probably already have a planter you can use. i'm going to repurpose the bonsai planter. cactus don't have much of a root system. most of the nutrients are in the fleshy part of the cactus and same with suckulates. >> as a child, i loved cactus but i remember getting the spine stuck in my fingers, too. >> two ways to deal with that. we've done this before, taken a piece of paper or newspaper and wrapped it up and placed it around cactus like this. >> that's how you deal with the spines. you want to put it -- this guy is a little root bound. >> we will tease those out a little bit and place it right in there. at this point, i'm going to handle it primarily. i always get some on me but i can get in there pretty safely. >> and mom and dad can
at the forecast with john collins. hey, john. >> good morning. we have a mix of sun and clouds. temperatures starting out in the 50s. cooler, less humid. highs will on be up around 70 in our area. definitely cooler in the mountains. upper 50s to near 60. we do have scattered clouds this morning but that cool front has finally moved off shore, taken the rain with it. we expect much dryer weather during the day today and tomorrow than we've seen for awhile. our forecast today, 69 to 74 for the high. generally partly cloudy, cooler, less humid. north northwest winds 6 to 12 miles an hour. big game tonight at come den yards. we expect that game time, temperatures will be around 67 degrees with generally dry conditions. tomorrow's forecast is similar to today. will be in the low 70s. >> thank you. thanks for joining us. see you back here tonight for 11 news at 6:00.
. former astronauts buzz aldrin, john glen, and michael collins remembered the first man to walk on the moon. >>> in mexico with masked marines on either side, authorities showed off an arrested top gang drug boss along with captured weapons, vehicles and jewelry. jose eduardo costilla sanchez led the gulf drug cartel, the second most powerful in mexico. >>> guatemala's fuego volcano erupted shooting ash two miles into the sky yesterday. about 11,000 people were evacuated, but they may be able to return home today. >>> and england's prince william and the duchess of cambridge, kate middleton, were said to be saddened upon learning a french magazine plans to publish topless photos of middleton taken last week in france. they feel the photos taken while the couple were poolside at a private chateau owned by the queen's nephew violate their privacy. >>> and now here's an early look at how wall street will kick off the day. the dow closed at 13,539 after soaring 206 points yesterday. the s&p bounced up 23, and the nasdaq zoomed ahead 41. taking a look at overseas trading this morning
accident. at 29, you can see that line of traffic. john collins joins us with a look at the forecast. >> a lot of clouds this morning. winds are northeast, humidity up. two. temperatures at 68. we of the forecast calling for 85 to 94 the high. this will be in the neighborhood today, but just a slight chance for a shower or thundershower. saturday and sunday, rain chances go up a bit, but on sunday, we start to bring in drier air. >> another update at 8:56. >> another update at 8:56. so let's talk about coverage. based on this chart, who would you choose ? wow. you guys take a minute. verizon, hands down. i'm going to show you guys another chart. pretty obvious. i don't think color matters. pretty obvious. what's pretty obvious about it ? that verizon has the coverage. verizon. verizon. we're going to go to another chart. it doesn't really matter how you present it. it doesn't matter how you present it. verizon. more 4g lte coverage than all other networks combined. >>> it's 8:30 now on a thursday morning, the 6th day of september 2012. rockefeller plaza filled with a lot of happy fac
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. easing up until you get around 140 on the west side. john collins joins us with a look at the forecast. >> it is sunny out there this morning. nothing going on here as far as the radar is concerned. maybe friday night for us, and that is a big maybe. current temperature, mostly sunny skies, 50 degrees at the airport. the barometer is weihai -- way high. 78834 the high. unseasonably mild temperatures. longer-term forecast, late in the day on friday and may be early saturday, a shower. otherwise, this nice trend of weather continues for the next few days. >> thank you for joining us. back with another update at 8:56. ♪ >>> 8:30 now on a thursday morning, the 13th day of september 2012. another stellar day in front of a really great string of weather we've had here in the new york city area. nice crowd gathered. maybe we'll be able to hear one more song from my playlist. this is daniel meriwether with adele. >> oh. >> 2010. she kind of adds to this duet. it's a great song. daniel meriwether's very cool. i hope you like it. i'm matt lauer along with savannah gurthrie, al roker and natali
. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. john collins joins us with a look at the forecast. >> clouds and fog this morning. towards the west, the sun is breaking through a little bit. a little bit of isolated shower activity. everything else looks quiet. temperature-wise, 67 degrees at the airport. high humidity rating. when calm. -- winds are calm. mixture of clouds and sunshine. the front will still be in the area. maybe a shower late. saturday looks like a generally dry day. rain chance go up a bit on sunday. >> thank you for joining us. another update >>> 8:30 new on a friday morning. it's the 28th day of september, 2012, and we kind of have a stormy end to the week here in the northeast. we're hoping that the weather will be nicer over the weekend and nice where you are, too. good morning, everyone. i'm savannah guthrie alongside natalie morales and willie geist who is in for matt on assignment. and up next, helping to plan your next getaway. >> fall full of family-friendly festivals and we'll check out what we think are the five of the nation's best. >> and from pencil skirts to dress t
were many fellow astronauts including john glenn, buzz aldrin and michael collins. even total strangers came out to honor the first man to walk on the moon, an event who touched everyone who's watched it. >> it was out of science fiction for us. >> it was a very powerful thing in my life and it led to be doing some great things. >> though he is gone, the impact he had on those closest to him and the entire nation is not. >> i joined a grateful nation in saluting a brave and humble servant who never stopped dreaming, never stopped working to make those dreams realities. he inspired each and everyone of us. >> the reverend who gave the homily urged all of us to remember are strong words about the breath testing -- about the breathtaking possibilities of our species. >> that is all for us at 5:00. here is a look at what is coming at new at 6:00. >> you protests in the middle east. all will have more on that film that is triggering the outrage, coming up in a live report. >> and the motive in the perry high school shooting. details, just ahead. >> students return to classes after and on cam
former astronaut as tended the funeral including john glenn, and buzz aldrin and michael collins. >> the president today ordered flags lowered for the funeral of neil armstrong. he was the first person to set foot on the moon. the c aps ule that carried him to the moon is on display at the air and space museum in washington dc and a museum official said that a lot of people who tour the museum weren't alive when armstrong took his walk back in 1969. >> most of the visitors have no memory of the moon landing. >> it's not clear if the united states will ever send another mission to the moon. both democrats and republicans say they are in favor of reducing the budget for space. >>> it hasn't happened in more than two years but tonight a blue moon will shine over the bay area. that happen when is there are two full moons in the same calendar month. it only happen once every few years. the space and science center is hosting free lunar viewings tonight and tomorrow night. your next chance to catch one won't be until july of 2015. >> question though is will you be able to see it? w
's now slipped the bonds of earth once again, but what a legacy he's left. >> former astronaut john glenn was in attendance as well as armstrong's "apollo 11" crew men. buzz aldren and michael collins. on july 20th, 1969 after maneuvering the lunar module around rocks and craters armstrong took man's first step on the surface of the moon. >> one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. >>> the last man to step foot on the moon called armstrong a special friend whose name will live on in history. >> you can now finally put out your hand and touch the face of god. >> singer diana cross performed the song that armstrong and aldren listened to when they were on the surface of the moon. ♪ fly me to the moon ♪ and let me play among the stars ♪ >> a private service was held at his home near cincinnati. he'll be buried at sea later today. >>> a big honor for boxing great muhammad ali. he was given a medal for his fight for civil rights and religious freedom. hundreds turned out for the ceremony in philadelphia, thursday. his wife said he simply stood up for what he believed in. the 7
- sector jobs. gov. martin o'malley is on tour to compete in the new economy. david collins is following the story and he joins us live from the studio with more. >> john can be found in the bio health field, space technology, and life sciences. the challenge is to give jobs speaker -- job-seekers to compete to increase the number of merrill lenders to increase their training by 30% -- to increase the number of maryland ers. >> gov. martin o'malley showcasing the biotech institute of maryland as well positioned for success. the non-profit provides free up, specific training for jobs in the biotech field. >> the role here is to be the common platform and the catalyst for highlighting where those opportunities are. >> the governor sees this as a long-term effort for maryland to grow in the science and technology industry. this comes as the unemployment rate creeps up to 7%. only slightly under the national average. these states increase of just 800 jobs in july, baltimore city parks and employment is 11.3%. two of our three neighbors fare better. virginia, 5.9%. pennsylvania is higher at 7
. former astronaut john glenn was there, so were his crew mates buzz aldrin and michael collins. on july 20, 1969, neil armstrong stepped off of the lunar module and onto the moon. >> one small step for man and one giant leap for mankind. >> gene cernan was the last man to walk on the moon in 1972 and described it neal armstrong as a reluctant hero that showed us the pathway to the stars. >> you can now finally put out your hands, and touch the face of god. >> diana li for all sang the song that neil armstrong and buzz aldrin played well there were on the moon >> ♪ fly me to the moon and let me play among the stars ♪ >> neil armstrong died last month at the age of 82 and will be buried at sea tomorrow. that is the cbs evening news for tonight, for all us at cbs news, all around the world, good night. >> good evening i am dana king >> i am ken bastida, a father, a friend, a god-fearing man. >> some of the way mourners remember fallen chp officer today, thousands of long for some officers, government officials, and community members, gathered in solano county to say " farewell " and " tha
mates, buzz aldrin was with armstrong on the moon and michael collins was there. he of course circled above to fly them home afterwards. john glenn and his wife annie were there. there will be a national memorial service for neil armstrong in washington on september 12th. by the way, tonight up in the sky perhaps for neil armstrong a rare blue moon as they call it, the second full moon in the month of august. >>> 15 years ago tonight a lot of people remember where they were when they heard the news princess diana had died in a car accident in paris. her fans and admirers left tributes on this anniversary date in both london and paris where the mercedes she was riding in crashed in that tunnel as it was being tailed by papparazzi. diana, her boyfriend dodi fayed, and the driver of the car were all killed in the accident. >>> tourists in washington this holiday weekend will find water in the lincoln memorial reflecting pool for the first time in two years. it was actually stimulus funding that paid for the major renovation project. $34 million worth. the site of dr. king's speech is one
. former astronaut john glenn was there. so were armstrong's apollo 11 crew mates, buzz aldrin, and michael collins. >> the eagle has landed. >> pelley: on july 20, 1969, neil armstrong stepped off the lunar module and on to the moon. >> it's one small step for man. one giant leap for mankind. >> pelley: gene cernan was the last man to walk on the moon in 1972. he described armstrong as a reluctant hero who showed us the pathway to the stars. >> you can now finally put out your hand and touch the face of god. >> pelley: diana krall sang the song that armstrong and aldrin played while they were on the moon. ♪ fly me to the moon and let me play among the stars ♪ . >> pelley: neil armstrong, who died last month at the age of 82, will be buried at sea tomorrow. and that is the cbs evening news for tonight. for all of us at cbs news all around the world, good night. captioning sponsored by cbs >>> this is 9 news now. >>> what i want all of you to know is that we are going to bring those who killed our fellow americans to justice. [ cheering and applause ] >> a presidential promise tonight in
west graduatedlaude. -- fort collins colorado, john downer independent line. you are on the line with tavis smiley and cornel west. >> caller: hey, guys. you know, i watched this and i work with a lot of people, right-wing kind of people. and their view on poverty is that it's just up and say shiftless people you don't want to get out there and get a job and you just want to live off the government and that's all they want. and now, i'm referencing this because i think we really need as a nation that commitment. you know it and i know it. tons of people like the first lady that called. she's put yourself in college. she put her daughter through college and she's making 13 bucks an hour? we need to put a real face on poverty and it isn't good little shot at acorn, you know, one guy going in there for 10 seconds, creating stirs. i mean, we really need to get out there and show these people who believe everybody shivers. i see this all the time. i am what you call the new pro-poor. i live in one of the most upper-middle-class neighborhoods in america in fort collins. i mean, we have
community will have to dig into. >> and what do you say to john mccain and others on the hill, susan collins, who are sharply critical and i mean mccain yesterday came out, he was blistering, he said he learned nothing from the intelligence briefing that he had, he said that he read more in the public media that was accurate about what happened, he said that the administration was completely naive to be blaming this on the video. >> well, you may not be surprised, although i served in a republican and democratic administration, i am sympathetic to the executive branches challenges here. if they say too much, something may well prove to prove wrong in a couple days and can be secured for that. hence they generally say little and what they know and there are lots of rumors from libya, from the press, so it seems like they're trying to hide things. i think they are being cautious. i think that's wise because every day more facts come out. again, i think what we see is in benghazi, the security situation is still very, very uncertain. did that consulate have enough security? were we prepared for
kokomo, indiana. force collins, colorado, john on our independent line. you are on with tavis smiley and cornel west. >> caller: hey, guys, you know, i watch this, and i work with a lot of people who are very i'd say right-wing kind of people. and their view on poverty is that it's just a bunch of shiftless people who don't want to get out there and get a job, and they just want to live off the government, and that's all they want. you know, and i think i'm referencing this because i think we really need as a nation -- because that's not true. and you know it and i know it. there's tons of people like that first lady that called. she's put herself through college, she's putting her daughter through college, and she's making, what, $13 an hour? you know, we need to put a real face on poverty, and it isn't those people, and it isn't a little shot at acorn, you know, one guy going in there for ten seconds creating stirs. we really need to get out there and show these people who believe everybody's shiftless. because i see this all the time. i'm what you call the knew slow poor, and i li
cincinnati celebrating armstrong's life and accomplishments. among the guests were fellow astronauts john glenn, buzz al doctrine and michael collins, gave eulogy calling armstrong reluctant hero who touched so many lives. >> he appreciated the fact that people were grateful to him but he expected nothing in return. armstrong died at the age of 82 complications from heart surgery. national memorial honoring armstrong is planned for september 12th. another person speaking out against lance armstrong this man assistant 2002 to 2004. he is now telling he found steroids in armstrong's bathroom at the time. when he confronted armstrong about at the responded by saying quote, everyone does it armstrong has stopped fighting doping charges but insists he never took steroids. some say armstrong's ex-girlfriend sheryl crow may have talked to investigators about the doping charges against armstrong. no word on what crow may have said to them. okay. those are your headlines. >> coming up, new polls show americans trust president obama when it comes to national security but former secretary of state c
was commander on apollo 11. that's him on the left. on the right was aldron. michael collins, the command module pilot. they spent more than two hours on that historic day. back to the national cathedral, we find john zarrella. good morning, john. >> reporter: hi, carol. the line is gone now. the crowd has gone inside. they expect a full house here. 2,000 people expected. here is the booklet that they put out. a celebration of the life of neil armstrong. as you mentioned, last man to walk on the moon, gene zernon and buzz aldrin, who walked on the moon with neil armstrong. many members of congress will be here. we know that nancy pelosi, john boehner, are going to be here. a moment ago i saw john glenn. of course, the first american to orbit the earth. he went in, with his wife. many, many people here as well as many space shuttle astronauts who knew him throughout the years also here. and it's just so interesting that you have this enormous public support and a public ceremony for a man who, throughout his years, was so private. and for whom all of the accolades of walking on the moon certainly
jewelry. news4's pat collins is at the courthouse and will have reaction to the sentences at 5:00. >>> with time running out, congress a serious warning today from house speaker john boehner. he said talks to keep the nation from going over that so-called financial cliff may not succeed. and there was a second financial jolt today linked to the nation's debt. steve handelsman has our report. ♪ through the perilous ♪ >> reporter: democratic and republicans stood together to remember 9/11. but they're so far apart on the budget deal they need to make. the top republicans said they might fail. >> i'm not confident at all. >> reporter: if the fight over taxing the rich and spending isn't settled by january, everyone's taxes rise. and deep cuts get triggered in defense and social services. the economy takes such a big hit, it's called the fiscal cliff. moody's investor services warned today, if the current budget negotiations fail, moody's would expect to lower the rating of u.s. t-bills like rival standard & poor's did last year when congress gridlocked. led by mitt romney, rep
armstrong is underway. bret? >> we heard michael collins, commander of module for apollo 11. he led the service. in the blue tie on the left side of your screen, john glenn, getting ready to hear the national anthem here in the national cathedral. let's take a listen to this inside. ♪ . ♪ o beautiful for ♪ [america, america, god shed grant thigh love ♪ ♪ . ♪ . >> that of course, "america the beautiful", and as you see, nasa administrator charles bolden is presenting an american flag flown at half-mast mast flown over mission control at the johnson space center in houston, texas, to neil armstrong's widow, carol. "america the beautiful" sung by the cathedral choir singers. as the memorial service comes to an end, a memorial service that really dealt with the man, neil armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, an american hero but also all the speakers, including gene cernan talking about how humble he was, how selfless he was, how it was never about him. joining us now syndicated columnist charles krauthamer with final thoughts as we wrap up the memorial services the
it to president obama? that is a question that congressman paul ryan got yesterday at a town hall in fort collins, colorado. a woman stood up and said, look, i was worried about the performance that john mccain put in four years ago against president obama, and she picks up the question from there. >> will he be forceful in those debates and take it to obama? [cheers and applause] >> ma'am, absolutely. one little difference between then and now. president obama has a record. [laughter] and president obama has a record and a string of broken promises. of course he will. >> reporter: congressman ryan -- sorry -- [cheers and applause] pledging that governor romney will take it to the president next wednesday in denver. no question though, jon, he needs a big move because if you see these polls in the battleground states, he is beginning to lose ground. he needs something big to happen. jon: well, they seem to like the message in the room behind him, is it the vfw hall? >> reporter: yes, it's a legion hall in springfield. jon: legion hall. john roberts, thank you. jenna: the first presidential debate
and doesn't balance over the next 30 years. i want to when i talk about this, susan collins, republican member of the united states senate, i showed you john mccain, mr. speaker, she says it was very frustrating to have worked on legislation that really matters to our country like the cybersecurity bill and legislation to save the postal service and just have them gather dust. in other words, she worked in the senate across the aisle with democrats and sent that bill here, both those bills, and we have not acted. we have walked away. in their pledge they say we offer a plan to repeal and replace the affordable care act with commonsense solutions focused on lowering costs and protecting american jobs. both of those objective, mr. speaker, we have made our point. walking away has been the practice of this congress. not getting the work done has been the practice of this congress. how lamentable it is for the american people. but as president obama said, they have a choice. may they make it well. and i ye. -- and i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's
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